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in new york city. 2 in washington, d.c. and below freezing in toronto. temperatures will remain quite low. 9 degrees in washington. 8 degrees in new york city. and 4 in toronto. many people are still without electricity. so this is going to cause very critical situation. all right. moving into europe then. severe weather is happening across the baltic states. eastern europe as well as the balkan peninsula. and then on and off showers will continue across the southern half of the peninsula. temperatures looking like this. cooler than average in london. 8 degrees and same in berlin. here's extended forecast. >>> and that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us.
to leave the team. he has a new job. the outfielder signed two years with toronto for $16 million so any slim chance he might be coming back to the giants is over. he is off to the american league and the toronto bluejays. >> all right. there you go. one last check on weather? >> stormy weather this afternoon, thunderstorms, heavy rain, gusty winds. should be fun tonight, guys. embarcade at 6:00. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> taylor: you know, you really need to see someone about that anger issue of yours. >> brooke: you deserved that slap. you are so out of line. >> taylor: selri
their cause in the american league east. toronto was not good last year. they are hoping. the yankees, the race, the red sox, and jays are spending a lot of money. >> maybe someday they will have mvp and mvp on steroids. >> a look at the forecast next. stay with us. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> tonight, at 11:00, and scheduled retirement. we're talking about roscoe bartlett. >> he lost his bid after the sixth district was redrawn. you may not know the deep resume he has and the humble beginnings that have shaped his legacy on capitol hill. we have a preview. >> there is one thing he wants to make perfectly clear. he may be retiring, but it will not be easy. >> i m&a workaholic. i would have liked to have had a cure for it. >> for the 86-year old, serving 10 terms in congress is just the most recent entry on his resume. a lifelong farmer, he was raised in kentucky so poor his mother made the family clothing out of feed sacks. he grew up to break ground for nasa and the navy. >> my career spanned most of the things you could do in the country from building
along with the pitcher and josh johnson. i do not know were toronto got all of this month with a combined salary from miami, to toronto, $170 million! they got rid of ozzie and now, the players miami is going to start over again and alex smith is holding out for monday night against chicago. he wants a second opinion regarding his concussion. he needs to be cleared from independent neurologist to return to action. again, calif. hoops is beyond us and the cheerleaders and it seems like everything seems to be early earlyhaas pavilion. five seconds left, in the first half and pepperdine turns ball over and justin cobs converts the left and peeks the first half buzzer putting cal up by 10. and mcintyre, just his third season, mike mcintyre has really turned round of program. with these spartan winning streak if they could beat byu many people were surprised but not by coach mcintyre who joins us, earlier. >> they are great team day of practice toward, work hard and they believe in themselves. and i wish there were 10-0. but we're 0-2 and we're looking forward to a great night
a two year contract for the toronto blue jays. and toronto play and a dome. we do not have to worry and if they do not even have to worry about that but all of that the cheating. look at what he got, 60 million and also pyson ross was traded to san diego tyson--now he is a member of the san diego padres. when we come back is e-mails with the coaches and the athletes trussitrusting the media? >> what i always say about catherine. >> elegant, graceful. and the grace kelly of news. we will take a break and as i mentioned if you have a relative, and if you need to mention, www.kron4.com we love our viewers jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks. hmm! yeah...um...the thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face... do not eat my... you ate his face?! banf >> from a radio, television, you ...you are going to rip me, but i was looking forward to alex smith takin
. with the child of of mary martin, " of the seller ". and harry and toronto.and encantit was after getting a huge producer from the contractors that he became immensely wealthy. he had homes, cars, and devices. one of them was drinking and the other was smoking. he smoked for 24 years. he gave it up in and became an anti-smoking advocate for the american cancer society. he stopped drinking in 1995 when he was diagnosed with liver cancer. and he underwent a like sleepin life-saving-transplant.e was also in the big screen like " nixon " and primary colors. but if it is role as the charming and conniving oil man that audiences will never forget. callicalling ...colleen mcedwards... take a look back. >> coming up. i guess you are going to see the next edition of people behaving badly. here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. car horn) >> there is so much love in the air! i do not know if that qualifies. and could that person stop? welcome to the berkeley mall where they are offering by one child and get another for free...but this must have been a bad bunch because she was bringing th
, killed 10 percent of the people that it infected, spread quickly from hong kong to toronto, beijing, hanoi, and singapore. and it injected a total of about eight dozen people, killed about 900, so better than to%. and then it was stopped. i heard somebody, and one of the book reviews somebody was saying, well, it's one of those that burned out. stars did not burn out. it was stopped by a very good, early diagnostic scientific work in the field and the laboratory and then very firm public health measures, containment of cases, isolation of cases, getting the right equipment, the right personal protection to the health care workers so that it did not go further. and one of the things i always wonder about when i think it was ours is, if that disease had emerged from a different place than southern china and then hong kong and had gone to different cities than toronto, hanoi, paging, and singapore, but the whole history have been different? think about those cities. command-and-control cities with a lot of strong government, a lot of good public health, a flood facilities. if that dise
three other cities in the world that do that. new york, toronto, and berlin. i have been to all three and they are not nearly the same size as well we produced, or nearly as diverse. what we are always thinking about is what we are offering people that is so quintessentially san francisco that we get -- it cannot be gotten anywhere else. we are also told the switching of the entertainment this year. we have dance areas where the slides used to be. i think that for us it is about making sure that people, even if they came to san francisco in particular five years ago, that they are not experiencing the fight -- the same thing. it speaks to one of the priorities. the never-ending city. or something. i do not remember, exactly, but it is the same basic concept. even if you come here several times over and over, you will not have the same experience. as we do that, enhancing certain things. live stages have big-name bands. headlining the folsom street fair, people are now looking forward to our entertainment in ways they did not 10 years ago. >> commander, how do we prepared to assist an
degrees in chicago, 7 in denver, minus 5 in winnipeg, 8 in new york city, and 16 in toronto. that will be coming down as the system passes. but as i say, we should be seeing things getting back to normal as we head toward the end of the week. all right. europe is seeing some pretty blustery conditions across the north. we've got a couple of low-pressure systems. this one for the atlantic is going to be spreading in some heavy rain to parts of scotland as well as northern ireland and up across the western coast of norway, you could see some snow in the upper elevations, as well. heavy rain has been focusing on austria and northern italy. now, that is startling to settle down and that is good news. venice is under water, as i'm sure you saw the video we had and pictures. very severe picture there. but the rain is easing up, so that's certainly good news. however, things will remain fairly unsettled. heavy rain across northern algeria could freed lede to flashflooding and we could see hail as well. temperatures across europe. 13 degrees in london, we're seeing 10 in paris, arou
's the sporting life and a huge 10 player trade in the major leagues between miami and toronto. we'll have that in the 10:00 news tonight. >> we'll look forward to it. thanks mark. >>> it is a product that is meant cell phones close and away from pickpockets but some say it's putting women's lives at risk. >> john fowler investigates cases of breast cancer in women who carry their cell phones underneath their shirts. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. #úfó when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for re
in new york city, 5 in toronto. with 8 in chicago, and just 10 in d.c. but even these temperatures are going to be rebounding into the weekend. and it will stay dry, as well. so a nice, quiet week warming up as we head into saturday and sunday. all right. into europe, we've been watching this low pressure system over algeria bringing some heavy rain, thunderstorms here. well, it's on the move today, and it's been heading into the mid mediterranean. it's just going to be hanging out for a couple of days. southern italy as well as the southern balkans you're going to be dealing, instead, with those stormy conditions. we're talking about hail, thunder and lightning. and heavy rain. another system coming in along the med, it's going to be hitting portugal by thursday evening. and then stalling out here, as well, for the next couple of days. so wet weather to continue to the south. then we have high pressure keeping things dry to the center of the continent. up to the north, though, we've got another system. now this one, in fact, a new one coming in from the atlantic across iceland str
two years. the salvation army has fired the executive director of the toronto warehouse. >> the san francisco firefighters annual toy drive is off to a fast start. run wild san francisco is the jump start to the season. runners were asked to donate gifts for needy children, and it's only the beginning of the annual toy drive. >> toy donations can go on all through the next several weeks, and all anybody has to do it just google up, san francisco firefighters toy program, and they'll find a site that shows them where they can drop off toys. >> ama: the san francisco firefighters toy drive has been an annual tradition for the past 63 years. also in san francisco, hot holiday meal for seniors and people with low incomes was served. the aquatic park senior center offers companionship and activities. >> people are really grateful. we're always getting so many thankful wishes. we also have volunteers here helping today to serve meals, so people are also giving that way. >> ama: project open hand reminds us there are a lot of hungry, sick, and alone people in our neighborhood. and helping
as it is in toronto today, just at the freezing point in chicago on your monday, as well, minus 12 in winnipeg for the high, the lows around minus 29. so bundle up up is probably a bit of an understatement. in the south, temperatures still in the mid to upper 20s. all right. we head into europe. another day of rain for the british isles. you could see as much as 50 to 70 millimeters additional rainfall into your tuesday, certainly enough to add to that flooding problem in lower lying areas. now, into wednesday, high pressure is going to move the out. you'll see a much clearer day. but central locations are just going to be getting started. the alpine region in particular and parts of eastern france. further out towards the east, not too much in the way of wet weather here. in fact, it's going to be fairly dry and quiet. but temperatures are starting to fall away. minus 1 in moscow for the high. we have 5 degrees in kiev and 5 also in stockholm, still managing to old onto the 20s in rome, though, 21 degrees for your tuesday. here's your extended forecast. ♪ >>> we'll be back with more updates
'll notice a big dip in new york, down to 19, 10 in d.c. and 7 in toronto. meanwhile, 1 degree in win be any peg which is warmer than the past couple of days. taking a quick look into europe. things are looking a little bit dryer in the next 24 hours for the british isles. having a steady stream of moisture coming in, heavy rain hitting western norway as well as scotland and northern ireland and ireland. things are going to get a little bit clearer across the british aisles as we head on into thursday. however, still seeing some snow up towards the north of norway and some heavy showers further down towards the south and west. pretty much clear here across much of the continent as well. central locations right towards the east. high pressure is keeping things clear, but we have this system moving now out of algeria coming to the central mediterranean. that will be you in southern italy, the southern balkans. the potential for flash flooding, short time heavy rain coming down. let's take a look at temperatures. 10 degrees in stockholm, 6 in warsaw as well as in kiev. paris and london at respe
lirks ns. the marlins have reportedly agreed to send jose raus, mark burley and john buck to toronto. yeah, that's a big trade. meanwhile, in the nba, the wizards down in charlotte looking for their first win of the season and they layed an egg. this might have been the most painful part for everybody. a contortionist who can evidently deal with all kinds of pain. we need a replay. watch this. no, look, how do you do that? i have no idea how he handles that pain. hopefully, we'll be able to show that to you again tomorrow. >> must have been a special wardrobe thing. >> you know what? i didn't even think about that fact. this was not a good game for the wizards. mar ter martel webster knocks one down. the guards shot 6 for 37 in this game. too much bob cats. wizards fall 92-76. they drop to 0 and 6 on the year. and this was a loss that left head coach andy whitman searching for answers. we just, you know, we play with no concept of rhyme or reason, understanding what's going on. the concept of the game. >>> that display, offensively, in terms of trying to do everything on your own, we
in toronto. another crime milwaukee police are trying to break is this one. this happened at a foods store they're up to no good. they're waving guns around and you can see there is somebody behind the counter and they begin to terrorize the person standing by the register. >> did they hurt the guy? the poor guy was terrified. >> the ras rouwas roughed up, d away with some money and not seriously hurt. they did appear to get out but the police have a suspect in this case. >> the camera quality is good but they did a good job disguising their face. >> don't you wish you could reach in your computer and get them? >> you get a clear view of the guy's face and glasses and looking at his phone and everything. >>> for the past several months, we have been following the story of nastia, the bear cub. for those who don't remember this story, i have to warn you the video can be difficult to watch. nastia was a bear club born at the zoo. the zoo sold the cub to animal traders and the video was shot by an undercover worker, for fo forepaws, an animal rescue organization. this is that original video,
from hong kong to toronto, beijing, hanoi and singapore and infected a total of 8000 people, killed about 900, so better than 10%. and that was stopped. i heard somebody was saying, well, why does he take sars so seriously? stars did not burn out. sars was stopped at a very good, early diagnostic scientific work in the field and laboratory confirmed public health measures. containment of cases, isolation of cases, getting the right equipment, the right personal protection to the health care workers so that it didn't go further. one of the things i wonder about when i think about sars is if the disease had emerged from a different place from southern china and hong kong and had gone to different cities in toronto, hanoi, beijing, singapore, make the whole history have been different? think about the cities. their command-and-control cities with a lot of strong government, good public health, apple facilities. if that disease emerged in the democratic republic of the congo , i love the congo, but has a lot of disadvantages and its disadvantages would have been probably very consequent
sending everything except the if you aquarium in the stadium to toronto. jose reyes, johnson, burly buck and boneface blockbuster trade to toronto that will bring short stop east could before and other pros text to florida. unload 185 million dollars in long-term contracts. in college moon cal second game of the season tonight hosting pepperdine. bears have a big time score in junior allen and look who was attendance. thomas going to graduate school at cal training to better himself. issued start to work on that. play of the game. loose ball. ricky recapture richard solomon. throwing it down. bears with a solid punch. p.m. steal and big first half and finish with 23 points. crab on fire in the second half. 24 of his career high 33 in the second half. back-to-back 3. silk smooth and dad in the stands looking on. if believe me later. that's the big fella throwing down as cal moves to 2 and o. 17 point win. 79-62 over the waves. former cal football basketball star gonzalez taking it kentucky game in atlanta. that's him if noel with a dunk and alex with authority. like a foot
about spill over and ride airplanes rather well and get to toronto and kill people there and get to singapore and ha knew and -- hanoi and kill people there and then either stop or are controlled, and i think it's fair to say that sars was controlled, it didn't burn out. and then some seem to be unstoppable like the influenzas and the pandemic strain of hiv got passed, got everywhere. what is it in terms of the evolutionary biology, the evolutionary potential of these viruses or any other factor you want to mention that most determines which ones are going to be local, terrifying but local, which ones are going to be epidemic and can which ones can potentially become pandemic? >> we talk about animal and humans and human to human, but there's a role of technology in the spread of disease that is probably as important for some of these pathogens as just that human/animal interaction. with sars, i spent five weeks in taiwan at the peak of that, and what we were seeing there was an extreme explosion or sars cases mainly because of what happened in the hospitals. so the same we bowl
spillover and ride airplanes rather well and get to toronto, beijing, singapore and kill people and then either stop or are controlled. and then some seem to be unstoppable, like the influenzas and the pandemic strain of hiv. what is it in terms of the evolutionary potential of these viruses that most determines which ones are going to be local, terrifying but local, which ones are going to be epidemic, and which ones can potentially become pandemic? >> we talk about animal and human, but there is a role of technology in the spread of these diseases that is probably as important as human interaction. we saw that with stars in taiwan at the peak of that. -- sars in taiwan at the peak of that. if you can get the infected patient to a place where the technology is such that it can be transmitted, like with west now virus, we had four cases of encephalitis in a hospital. it turned out to be west nile virus. it turned out the person who had been infected but not really shown symptoms was in a car wreck and had died and become an organ donor. but right before she died, she received al
peter from toronto. >> good to see you, melissa. you see all the people behind you this morning who have been skating out on democracy plaza. they're just getting ready for the test at the border. >> it will be nice and cold up there. that's right. so peter, you and i actually shared inauguration day together on the cbc. i wanted -- it was interesting to me because it turns out that there is sort of an anti-canada thing occurring right now. i just want to show you quickliment americans for prosperity, which is supporting the romney campaign has an ad out that takes a woman, akah nadian woman and says that we have to be careful not to become canadian. look at this quickly. >> i started losing my vision. i lost 3/4 of my vision in my right rye and half in my left. mord to see the specialists required, it was four months for one and six months for another. the doctor put down his pen and said your wife will be dead by september. i knew then that the system had become far more dangerous for patients than i had ever realiz realized. the american system was there for me when i needed it. it's
a canadian salvation army. they found the items in a commercial warehouse in northwest toronto. there was so much stuff, they needed three big rigs to haul away the merchandise. in toronto, they have been fired over the incident and no criminal charges have been fired. >> they are asking drivers to fill the boot. > >> thank you. >> happy holidays. >>> firefighters collected donations from drivers yesterday on the expressway. it is all part of the campaign for the san jose firefighter burn foundation. >> we do an annual kid's burn camp so kids with visible burn scars can be with kids just like them and they don't have to worry about being teased. >> the fill the boot campaign runs lieu the holidays. they can be made at any san jose fire department building. >>> it is starting to look a lot like christmas at the mayormont hotel in san francisco. -- at the fairmont hotel in san francisco. it revealed the ginger bread house. it is more than # 2 feet high and made out of home baked gingerbread bricks. it is open to the public. they have the option of making a donation to the leukemia and lymphoma
medical treatment and they are now in a temporary child care. >> to rental-toronto find that 160 what in pallets had had food, baby toys, strollers, with $2 million that were poised for the salvation army. it was expected that they were hijacked to be sold to private people for someone's personal profit. >> we will be back. at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. >> we are back, and world news, this garment factory makes clothing for major retailers, this was in bangladesh. 100 bodies were recovered. people were jumping from the building to try to escape the fire. 4000 of these buildings in this area to not have
on some information they reported in toronto, car to go is seeing trips of 15 to 30 minutes and a few miles. p to p folks are seeing -- most of them meet a key exchange. they're seeing longer trips. people are taking them for days at a time. >> okay, i need you to finish your idea, your thought. >>> and then there's other car sharing options that, like city car shares, are basically meeting sort of the interim trips, the ones that sometimes are short distance, but generally in a 3 to 5 hour range and for shorter distances. >> could i ask you to elaborate on the benefits of your model, the city car share model? >>> well, city car share believes car share is an extension thev transit. the beliefs of integration, technology is important as well. so that car sharing will reduce various models of car sharing, particularly our transit oriented model will reduce car ownership. and we have enough studies done to show our impact on the environment. i can share some of those with you if you'd like. but also our reduction of congestion, reduction of need for parking. supervisor wiener has some e
in miami. florida marlins doing it again, sending everything to the stadium to toronto. jose reyes, and part of a blockbuster trade bringing back short stop's other prospects to florida. marlins unloading about $185 million in contracts in the process. cal football team playing their final game of the season saturday at oregon state, then, after that, the coach is going sit down with the athletic directer to discuss his future. they believe it's time for a change. a cool record 85 victories. success paving the way for $321 million renovation. there is a growing sense the program is in disarray now. he has three years left on his contract. >> we have to put a microscope how can i be better as a head coach? what can i do to help players? you know? first place i will look is in the mirror to see. i will ask for inpull putt on those types of things.. >> stanford has rose pole hopes. -- bowl hopes but they're going to try to do the near impossible that. is beat number two ranked oregon on the road at austin stadium on saturday. they just clobbered cal 59-17. sorry to be the voice of rea
.c.. what about the marlins, their shortstop jose reyes is headed to toronto, along with josh johnson and mark buehrle in the latest fire sale by the marlins. they spend over 200 million dollars last winter and have moved all of the players they signed to very big contracts. pepperdine visiting cal on the hardwood, late first half cal up 3. ricky gets the loose ball. cal up by 10 at the break. second half, crab hits his fourth three-pointer of the game. he had a career high 34 points on the night. cal wins big. over on the gridiron, stanford is gearing up for their showdown with second ranked oregon. saturday night in eugene, they know they have their work cut out for them taking on the undefeated ducks at home. >> i remember the last time i was there, i couldn't feel my heartbeat. i felt like i had three or four heartbeats because it was just shaking and -- but it's fun. i mean, that's where college -- college football should be played in atmospheres like that. >> best of luck to the cardinals, should be a very big game. raj and jessica will be back right after the break. >>> crews t
most of their talent to the toronto blue jays. they'll freeze this winter. the marlins have agreed to trade jose reyes, josh johnson, mark burly and two other players to the jays in a move that will slash $160 million from the team's payroll. this is just the latest fire sale for the marlins who were known for their slash and burn approach to roster building. all-star slug era mere rest were dealt to the dodgers at the trade deadline. of the nine names on the starting lineup in game one of the 2012 season, look at this, only two of those remain, the entire starting infield has been purged. before last season they spent $191 million to bring a handful of big name players to became as they rebranded and moved into a new stadium. most are with different teams and this latest megadeal may have south florida taxpayers feeling duped. public funds accounted for 360 million of the $515 million it took to build the marlins new home. attendance slumped badly after the midseason sell-off. the total attendance figures for them last year were the lowest for any first year ballpark in the last t
reporting he agreed to a contract worth $16 million from the toronto blue jays. he was having a great year for the giants up to that point named mvp and was second in the national league in batting average. giants could have activated cabrerra for playoffs but chose not too. >> ebay is under fire, the justice department filed a lawsuit today claiming the company violated antitrust laws. the government says ebay and intuit conspired to avoid recruiting each other's employees. intuit is not named in this su.. >> the credit reporting agency at the center of an internaggal investigation z a video game living up to the hype whit comes to sales numbers.. >> nicole lapin is here with more. hi, nicole. >>. >> that is right. a blockbuster debut for the latest game in the call of duty series as video game franchises see huge sales, saying it raked in $500 million in sales in the first 24 hours alobe. that makes it the biggest entertainment launch of the year, the fourth straight year itfñf÷u has reach that had milestone. a huge debut comes just days after microsoft set it's record with to $20 mill
. >> and the toronto blew jays just signed melky cabrera. the pre-testosterone melky or the post-testosterone melky. at least after a 50-game. and left-handed pitcher andrew warner. that is sports as we see sdmrit all right. thank you, fred. >>> well, tonight on the 10:00 news, continuing coverage of the storm system moving through the bay area. >>> we'll bring wrou the latest on the conditions and the problems arising from the wet weather. as always thank you for trust inging channel 2 news oh look the lion is out! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters.
have to be preparing for this ball game. i'm fine, fine and ready to go to work. >>> toronto and former giant's outfielder cabrera have agreed to a two year contract. it's not clear which player they bought, the pretestosterone milky or a posttestosterone milky. milky was fined for using the banned substance. >>> that's sports as we see it for this friday night julie. stanford that was a big win. a boost for those young ladies. >> yeah, all right. >> thanks fred. >>> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you next time the news breaks. >> ktvu news starts at 7:00 tomorrow. they'll be working to find out moofficer shoo look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask
-- >> this is delta, long, long, long security line. >> reporter: heading to toronto. >> at least we've checked in and we are done. >> reporter: and roads were mostly clear on the way to the jersey shore. >> it's already looking a little hairy at times, but at least it's moving. >> reporter: but no matter how far or how long the journey, at the end, there's that reminder of why it's worth it. a hug from grandpa. >> happy thanksgiving. >> reporter: that look on mom's face. the love of a sister. that embrace. and that kiss. and a sign of just how easy the day has been here at los angeles international, the check-in counter is virtually empty. good news for those of us who are flying tonight, me included, i'm headed home this evening to see my family in san francisco. david, happy thanksgiving. >> and you, too, cecilia. all worth it for the hug at the end of the journey. a hug from new york tonight for you, as well. thank you. and to the entire team who took their cameras along for the ride. >>> millions of american families traveling, as we mentioned, and this was another image that caught our ey
were taken from the salvation army warehouse in toronto. there was enough food to fill up three tractor trailers. this whistleblower alerted authorities last august. today all located toys. items that were donated to the salvation army and we're dedicating to the investigation doing everything to find who is responsible. >> they suspect these alleged thefts were the inside with a gradual moving over a two year timeframe. canadians are furious! however, the donations are pureei po. >> some of that confetti was shredded police documents. they found that police officers phone numbers, bank accounts and social security numbers. some of them even had information on undercover operatives and the information on the mitt romney motorcade visit to a university. they say that the confession was not theirs in the is a different type of confetti that many people use their own. when it a toss it out during buildings. >> when is it coming up, three hours of my life that i will never get back in the next edition of people behaving badly. -what's up? i'm chris. -and i'm erik. both: we're the fruit guys
some 2 million donations made to the salvation early. police in toronto said earlier in the year they discovered a person had made off with donations of toys and good. tips led them to a trailer where they found toys and food. >> officers did find toys, personal items as well. items that were donated to the salvation army. >> the salvation army believes that the men were working inside. they have been overwhelmed with new donations. >>> survivors of super storm sandy are calling it -- to injury. >> how dare you kick us when we're down. you feel it in the gut. you feel it deep inside you it's such a wound. >> reporter: police say at least three homes were burglarized over the weekend. another 14 homes were burglarized earlier this month following the storm. >>> the western connection to yesterday's devastating fire in bengladesh that killed nearly 100 people. also. >> violence grows in egypt while protesters call for revolution. we'll have the latest from cairo. >> shocking evidence apparently overlooked. what authorities failed to check during the investigation, the death of 2-ye
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in toronto. police said there was enough food to fill up three tractor trailers. an investigation was launched after a whistle blower alerted authorities last august. >> the officials did locate ploys, personal products, as well as items that were donated to the salvation army. where dedicated to the investigation. we are doing everything possible to find who is responsible. >> this was inside job and the canadians are furious. >> it turns out to some of the confetti that was used in the macy's thanksgiving day parade was actually shredded police documents. people will pick up the confetti from police officers phone numbers, a bank account information, as social security numbers. some of the documents even contain informational undercover operations. another contained informational mitt romney's motorcade for his visit to hofstra university. macy's said that the confetti from was not derris and that they used a different type of confetti adding that many people make their own for the event that parade watchers tossed out building windows for the event. >> will take a break it is 6
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